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  • adj. Resembling fruit.


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  • They look so fruitlike the biting taste is always a surprise, a disagreement between the eye and the palate.

    The Dirty Life

  • They looked like small cakes, a sticky vanilla-looking pound cake with some kind of fruitlike filling.

    I’m Still Standing

  • Glorak stood next to a pair of shaggy plants, gnarled with yellow vines and hung with multicolored, fruitlike pods.

    Delta Anomaly

  • Following this command, he leaned forward so close that I could smell his aftershave—it was a delicious, fruitlike smell that day— and said, politely as ever, “Balram, I have a few questions to ask you, all right?”


  • Amazon, with the Kindle 2.0 Reader, has the option of addressing some keylow lying fruitlike support for folders, PDF support perhaps?

    Kindle Vs Sony Reader « Kindle Review – Kindle 3 Review, iPad Review

  • I generally blend a fruitlike peach or strawberry and then mix it with fat free yogurt....and voila, I have a snack ready that's extremely tasty and quite filling even at half a cup of serving.

    How to snack and lose weight

  • While he was no expert on wines, the Shyrlan was light and cool, as Luryessa had promised, with a slight sweetness and a hint of a fragrance that was fruitlike, but not like any fruit he had ever tasted.


  • Her mouth, open with fruitlike sweetness, speaks more than words.

    Solomon’s Song of Love

  • The third spoonful was something else, fruitlike, cooler.


  • A mermaid brought a platter of sea delicacies: nutlike and fruitlike treats, and seaweed very like salad vegetables.

    Out of Phaze


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